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Updated Sep 14, 2021 | 07:40 IST
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Shane Smith found an ancient arrowhead and plummet in the stomach of the massive gator weighing 336 kilograms.  |  Photo Credit: Facebook

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  • Shane initially thought that the giant beast may have eaten an arrow that was shot at it
  • A Mississippi state geologist studied the pictures and found that the objects were between 5,000 and 6,000 years old
  • Shane reckons that the gator ate the object and aid try digestion

online betting free bet no deposit,A hunter was stunned when he discovered that a 13-foot alligator had eaten a 6,000-year-old artefact. Shane Smith found an ancient arrowhead and plummet in the stomach of the massive gator weighing 336 kilograms after he dissected its body. Fellow hunter John Hamilton had brought it to him for processing.

Shane initially thought that the giant beast may have eaten an arrow that was shot at it. However, a Mississippi state geologist studied the pictures and found that the objects were between 5,000 and 6,000 years old.,fixture of barcelona

Shane’s processing plant, Red Antler Processing, said on Facebook, "We have been cutting into a few big gators to see what was in their stomach. Everyone so far has had something cool in it. The 13ft 5in gator brought in by John Hamilton today, produced the shock of the year!",betting odds

The broken arrowhead and plummet are types of fishing weights that were used by Native Americans during the Archaic Period, according to historians.,bet 365 live cricket score

Shane initially decided to not post about the discovery on Facebook, thinking that "no one will believe it", however, he changed his mind as the find was "too cool not to post.",casino games to play at home

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mr green login,Shane reckons that the gator ate the object and aid try digestion, as stones can break up hard bits - like bone - in the alligator's belly.

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